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Manfrotto Element MII Collection Of Tripods Introduced For Hobbyists

The Element MII Collection is the evolution of the popular Element Big range of tripods from Manfrotto which are affordable, lightweight and also smartphone compatible.

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Manfrotto Element MII tripods

 

Manfrotto has introduced the Element MII range of tripods for hobbyist and aspiring photographers who use compact cameras, CSCs, DSLRs, and smartphones to capture photos while travelling. 

Element MII stands for 'Made In Italy' and 'Mark 2' as it's the evolution of the popular Element Big range featuring new features and upgrades with the main selling point being how lightweight and compact the tripods are with both the carbon fibre and aluminium versions reaching up to 160cm and folding down to 42.5cm. As for weight, the aluminium version weighs 1.55kg while the carbon fibre models weigh just 1.35kg and both support a payload of 8kg, while the monopods hold a 15kg load. 

The aluminium ball head features a dual-lock design with a large primary knob for controlling the ball’s movement and a smaller secondary knob for engaging the 360° independent pan. The head comes with an included techno polymer 200PL-PRO Light plate that's compatible with Arca-type and Manfrotto RC2 head attachments.

Other features include new ergonomic twist locks and quick leg angle switching. Plus, each tripod has a vibrant, graphical design and comes with a padded bag for storage and transport. 

The collection consists of 4 products:  Element MII tripods, Element MII Mobile, Element MII Mobile BT and Element MII Monopods.

Manfrotto Element MII tripods

Element MII Mobile – RRP £174.95.

The Element MII Mobile tripod is designed for photography with both cameras and smartphones. It's constructed from carbon fibre and weighs only 1.35 kg. It shares the same features as the Element MII Tripod and comes with Manfrotto's universal smartphone clamp. The MCLAMP holds your smartphone securely and attaches to the camera mount via 1/4'' female thread. It supports any smartphone up to 8.4cm (3.2'') wide. Available starting from mid-March 2020.

 

Element MII Tripod - RRP £114.99

The new Element MII tripod is designed to support DSLRs, mirrorless and compact cameras, and is made of aluminium. It features twist locks, the unique 200-PL PRO Light plate, a handy hook for attaching a carry-on bag to increase stability, rubber feet and selectors to easily set the tripod at 3 angles. It's available in aluminium blue, red and black.

Manfrotto Element MII tripods

 

The Element MII Mobile BT - RRP £149.99

The Element MII MOBILE BT shares the Element MII Mobile's features and accessories and offers the added benefit of a Bluetooth remote control. Its Bluetooth certified, single-button technology can be used up to 27.5m from the phone and requires no app. Available in black and red aluminium or in a carbon fibre version.

 

Element MII Monopod - RRP £44.95

The Element MII Monopod features a handy 1/4" - 3/8” attachment as well as the popular twist locks. It can be used at a variety of heights, up to a maximum of 159cm, and the monopod is only 43cm long when each section is fully collapsed and weighs just 0.5 kg. There's also a rubber grip and a wrist strap featured on the aluminium monopod. Available in red and black starting from the beginning of April 2020.

 

For more details, visit the Manfrotto website

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